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If you author your own Kindle books, then the odds are you've tried out all sorts of different writing programs and software.
You may have heard of the Scrivener writer's tool, as this is one of the most popular writing software programs available. Formerly residing only on the Mac OS, the software was recently ported to last year due to popular demand.
It also really comes as no surprise to learn that the software was originally designed by a writer himself. This really shines through when you first start using it as it flies in the face of everything that we've come to judge and experience most software programs by.
Upon first booting up the Scrivener program, you're faced with the reliably simple task of selecting a template framework to work within. If you'd rather not work inside any kind of template at all outside of your very own as you go along, that's perfectly okay as there's actually a blank template (or lack thereof) that simply sets you lose within a vastly beautiful blank canvas.
To help keep you on track and organized, there's a handy left-hand toolbar that keeps track of your "outline" and canunately be turned off for those of you who like a full page writing screen. All the usual bells and whistles you'd expect such software to have are included in Scrivener as well (see: spell check, dictionary, text formatting, etc.), with practice no features being included that you're not going to be using on a consistent basis. It's lightweight and minimalistic in this sense, which is absolutely perfect for the vast majority of writers and authors out there who are primarily concerned with just writing.
Scrivener is also extremely useful for authors or writers who are juggling or managing several different projects at once, allowing you to manage, create, delete, move and nest new folders, text documents and templates wherever and though you please. Functions such as adding a new folder are as simple as right-clicking and selecting either the "add" or "create" a folder option (depending on the OS you're using). It really is a breeze to use and this is true even for people who conceivably just learned how to use a computer recently.
Another area where Scrivener really shines is how easily it allows you to proofread and revise your completed work, with syntax highlighting and dual or multi-window layouts enabling you to edit quickly and easily.
While some may argument that its lack of overall features is the main thing that turns them off from the software, Scrivener really shines as a writing tool that helps give you whatever you put into it. It's exceptional as a management and organizational tool – both for single and multi-project instances – and is just flexible enough without bogging you down with too many options and features. In a word, it's almost refreshing in its simplicity and you'll sometimes even forget you're using a program at all.
Although Scrivener does offer a free trial for you to give it a test drive if you so choose (which is obviously recommended), the $ 40 buy it now price tag is among the cheapest on the market and when you consider all that you get. You can check it out here: http://literatureandlatte.com/index.php
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